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in the anacoste river. ri fox 5's lauren demarco joinsoins us. >> reporter: the investigationhe is ongoing tonight but the family tells us that the victim was fishing off of the seewall at the water front with hiss brother and a friend. he went into the water too retrieve a tennis shoe. family friend says according to the men with him jewely mendez threw off his shoes to keep them from getting wet but one fell into the water and he jumpedded. fortunately they did get get themselves out and were able to call for help. this happened around 2:30 this afternoon. more than half a dozen of teaches from prince gor george's county searched by air and boat for two hours. the tide was coming in. divers sizing sonar found theoud victim in nine feet of water. >> that one individual went under and as unable to get himself up. it's a murky area, silty. sil when it's at low tide, it's four feet but it's a silty area. it's like quick sand and peopled think they can get out of that and they can't. >> the official cause of dentf will be determined by autopsy. from what the family told us this sounds like a tragic d
money towards something that we use all of time we think about that person all of the time but, i will never say what it was! >> i am turning red! >> it is okay! it is okay! >> it has been 10 years. i bet whoever you gave that gift glad you put to good use. even if it was sell it. you got do what you go to do and i got several piece fruit cake sufficient you are talking about. i really lover it. today, would had kind of mixed back out there. here dc not feel like august day we had lot of clouds. we had some very light rain and that's certainly did a number on our temperatures. only coming in low and mid 70s good 10 to 15 degrees for many areas below average in and on a in some cases, more than that. average 87 degrees. but, heat coming back temperatures above average as matter of fact. are in forecast tore later this week. but not tomorrow. and maybe that's good thing since so many kids are going back to school continue including in win chester remember vir. city school are going back. berkeley county west virginia. dave anderson reminded of that on facebook we know that fredrick
break international norms on weapons like chemical weapons that could threaten us, that they are held accountable. >> reporter: at least one lawmaker has expressed support. >> we stand up for human rights and we stand for not allowing innocent civilians, including children to be gassed. >> reporter: but other lawmakers feel the president hasn't made the case for action and should get congress amral approval first -- congressional approval. a reuters poll -- in a reuters poll, 27% said no, and 21% said yes. >> tell president obama the american people are dead set against another bomb in the middle east. don't bomb syria. >> reporter: some are wondering if the u.s. will go into this alone. british lawmakers voted against military action as the u.s. continues weighing that possibility. >> tough position for the president. thank you. >> alexandria school superintendent morgan sherman is hanging it up and he wants to retire and so he is getting out of his contract 22 months early. dr. margaret walch has been named acting superintendent. >>> the movement is picking up steam and now than a q
from us. >> reporter: as the day worry on, one message rez thoughted with many who came to washington 50 years later. they need to keep on marching. >> we come to washington to commemorate. we go back home to agitate. >> reporter: president obama p will deliver a speech on there steps thepe thrin con memorial n wednesday, the actual a anniversary of the march on washington.gton back to you. >>> a reminder you can find f everything you need to knowo about the anniversary and activities on myfoxdc.com. >>> another big story, drama before today's march on washington events got started. s it happened at a dc rally, john henrehan says the organizers did not want farm mayor mar-in barry to speak but the current aid councilman did so anyway. our cameras captured the controversy. take a look. >> reporter: about 500 people gathered at the dc war memorial at the mall to push for the cause of statehood. they heard from the city's c political leadership.eade >> we must no longer be the city that hopes the marchs, but whose denial of our rights are ignored. by the marchs. >> reporter: all know del
used the child as a ruse acted like bato get in the car and in my view he got in the car pulled that knife abducted her and taking her to that remote area probably to rape her and she faught him and he killed her. >> that was fairfax county commonwealth attorney raymond morrow around 9:00 tonight when everything wrapped up. vanessa pham's friends were there and they didn't want to say anything. >> we know the jury has made it's recommendation. what happens next? >> it's a recommendation. the judge has called everybody back into court in mid-november where she will begin imposing the sentence. she can go lower than the 49 years just not higher. >> bob barnard with the latest. thank you. >> now to breaking news in prince george's county. sky fox live over the scene. a woman was hit and killed here this evening. it happened just before 10:00 as the woman was walking along the eastbound lanes of route 202 right near route 50 in landover, maryland. you can see sky fox over the scene there. you can see what appears to be parts of a car possibly scattered across the roadway there. we'r
of racism is coming up more and more and drawing us backwards and i'm a little bit worried but i like the way dr. king approached it. he did it in a peaceful way. he didn't criticize people. >> dr. king's goal was to carry the torch and continue carrying the torch. >> i'm hoping people will understand that as people like dr. king that allowed many of us to do what we do today to be able to make the accomplishments to be able to go to places we couldn't go to be able to just interact with people who are different and understand that they now understand what his dream was all about. >> the program begins at 8:00 tomorrow at lincoln memorial and for a full list of scheduled events we put that on my foks dchlt krchlt dx d.c. dot-com. that's the latest from the m.l.k. memorial. maureen umeh fox 5 news ooch. >> thank you, maureen. >> there's a lot you need to know from road closures to helpful links plus all our past stories you can find everything you need to know on myfoxdc.com. >> tonight fox 5 is monitoring metro and water damage along the red line around medical station. the transit ag
took us on look back at the schools very rich history. and tomorrow morning on fox five mean news. we have chancellor of d.c. public skhraols join us for interviews discussing many of issues challenge for upcoming school year. that interview tomorrow at 70 -- on fox five morning news. few days way from the historic anniversary of dr. martin luther king famous speech after jam packed saturday. today was bit more low key people gathering west park northwest. for the global freedom festival. that event includes three dave's he had to indication, and entertainment and activities. to commemorate the march on washington. we have to discussion about rights which is what they were tpoeugt for in month months. but we also have to a discussion about responsibility. how what we do tpaerz mothers, not own as legislatures to enforce rights and police officer to protect rights, but what we do as parents as neighbors, and terms of our responsibility to uplift our communities. today was final day of the festival which kicked off on friday. and just reminder would complete cover age 50 anniversary srr
the course of the week just really el mental fundamental parts of fool that you used to do in high school that they're still making sure the guys don't lose sight of. >> tony: in college, greg schiano turning the program around in rutgers. the biggest thing is recruiting. that's one of the great things that greg schiano does, he has a great personality, he's a straight shooter. he is an honest guy. he tells you like it is. he won over a lot of guys in the new jersey area and convinced them to stay and they could rebuild the program. the guy thats they got in there really got it done. >> daryl: yeah. this is one of the things that mike james talked about this competition behind doug martin. you have to finish this run right here. continue to drive those legs. looks like he may be a little bit short. >> kenny: yes, he was just short. you have to go. >> kenny: what do you like here, daryl? talk to me. >> daryl: i like the way peyton hillis has run tonight. both of them, mike james, too. little bit too much forward lean. you lose the ability to convert. but -- >> kenny: can you get him on the
in shock because the building was collapsing around us everyone was being very proactive about getting their family out. >> scary and then they were all stuck outside many unable to get their belongings. >> my son was in a swim diaper. we had no diapers, no clothes, no shoes. my son had no shoes on. there were infants without formula. elderly without medication, den sures. >> by early next morning management had relocated guests -- maggie is glad they were able to get out of their room and the building that sank. >> our room is over 100 feet under ground. the next day building was still moving. >> 105 people were evacuated from that villa to other nearby buildings. since the collapse geo technical engineers are drilling to see if the land is secure. >> karen gray houston. >> new tonight bo biden has been admitted to a texas medical hospital. biden and his son flew down to a hospital. beau biden suffered a mild stroke in 2010 -- no word on how long he will stay in texas. >> news edge in maryland. police in laurel are calling it a high-tech tool. a tiny camera to wear on their glasses t
instead of making a statement. >> here you're going to basically have a situation where they use the third person. you know what did mr. hasan do at that point? and then hasan says i did this and that. >> hasan could face the death penalty. 13 officers if they find him guilty, he could be sentenced to murder. >> i wonder if he's crazy. we all know when a defendant asks for something it's not what they're going to get. just because you want the death penalty doesn't mean you're going to get it. >> the trial resumes tomorrow morning. >> up next on the news edge dr. oz comes to the rescue during and emergency plus local high school football players will be looking fresh thanks to be area garcon. >> -- pierre garcon. >>  t.v. lowe's dr. oz part of. t. v host dr. oz part of a terrifying scene. dr. oz rushed to treat the victims. one of which had her foot severed in the accident. >> there was a dog leash and a belt. basically two things you wouldn't think of but they saved her life. between the two of them we were able to stop bleeding because you don't have much ti
in syria and new reports that the country used chemical weapons on its own people. u n security council is backing an investigation into those reports. one hundred people have died from the chemical attack. the syrian government is denying involvement. a u.n. chemical weapons team is already on the ground in syria, investigating previous allegations of chemical weapons use. >>> a luge blow to the islamic moverment in egypt. the leader of the muslim brotherhood arrested coming amid-more violent protests against the rewhraoes/ of the former military leader. he was being held on a corruption case and still faces charges for his role in the death of protesters under his regime. meanwhile, temporary suspension of relief. >>> more of the solemn wreath laying at the tomb of the unknowns. >>> radar. they are getting pounded and the lightening is just incredible. hang in there, folks. this thing is moving rather slowly. let me put it in motion here. to leonardtown, all of this moving in your direction, might even be a little bit of small hail inside off that. a couple of showers l
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